Blog #MendTheVend 11th May 2018 Author Dr. Eilish Yarham When you close your eyes and picture a vending machine what is it you see first? Is it a packet of crisps? A chocolate bar? How about the fizzy drinks? We’re guessing the overall image is something like this: Vending machines are everywhere; schools, train stations,
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Roasted Veggie Curry Check out this recipe for some weekday dinner inspiration! By The Doc Who Cooks (@thedocwhocooks) You can’t go wrong with a good curry. Especially one that’s homemade, using simple ingredients, full of colour and flavour. A lot of people fear making a curry, thinking it would be way too complicated to prepare from
BLOG Combating Childhood Obesity April 23rd, 2018 Author Dr Eilish Yarham Dr Venita Patel is a Community Paediatrician with extra training in Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine and lead doctor for Childhood Nutrition and Obesity, as part of the Evelina Hospital. She talked to us about her work to help combat the obesity epidemic. “Childhood obesity
Blog A sustainable supply of economically sensible food, that people are able to cook 23rd April 2018 Author Dr. Jessicarr Moorhouse An interview with Dr Alan Gilman, a GP in Greater Manchester, about nutrition and lifestyle medicine in deprived communities. The promotion of nutrition and lifestyle medicine has never been more important. The rise in lifestyle-related
Editor’s thought’s OB_S__Y is a cause of cancer March 24th, 2018 Author Dr Joshua Wolrich Is Obesity a cause of cancer? As the Scientific Editor for Nutritank, I thought it would be apt to share with you my thoughts on the recent Cancer Research UK campaign. For those who aren’t aware, Cancer Research UK recently
The Buddha Bowl Check out this recipe for some mid-week dinner inspiration! Written by Emily Slack and Ella Gregory (Nutritanksoc Exeter) What is it? Buddha bowls, also called a “power bowl” or “macro bowl”, are a healthy meal alternative. It is called “Buddha” because when finished it has a rounded top, or belly, like the
BLOG Why is nutrition in medical education so important? February 9th, 2018 Author Dr Jessicarr Moorhouse As a junior doctor working in general practice, I regularly encounter patients with lifestyle related disease. Just last week, during a discussion about Type 2 diabetes, a patient asked how she could improve her diet in order to help
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